Presentation of the Policy Papers on “Reforming the Security and Intelligence Services in Georgia, Moldova & Ukraine”

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On November 17th, Foreign Policy Association of Moldova (APE) in partnership with Georgian Center for Strategy and Development and the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism” organized the presentation of the policy papers focused on “Reforming the Security and Intelligence Services in Georgia, Moldova & Ukraine”.

The policy papers are part of the project „Eastern Partnership (EaP) Security Forum”, that aims to launch the “EaP Security Forum” that will engage nongovernmental and governmental experts from Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine in a joint effort to strengthen security resilience of their countries in the areas of cybersecurity, intelligence reform, offsetting hybrid threats, and strengthening the national defense.
 
 
The project is funded by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) and implemented by the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova (APE) in partnership with the Georgian Center for Strategy and Development (GCSD) and the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”.
 
The project is funded by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) and implemented by the Foreign Policy Association of Moldova in partnership with the Georgian Center for Strategy and Development and the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”.

 

The policy papers can be viewed by accessing: https://www.eapsecurityforum.md/publications/security-and-intelligence-service/november-2021-analytical-synthesis-reforming-security-intelligence-services-trio-countries/